Performance is assessed by you (self-assessment) and your manager in July and the increase hits your base salary in October. Like most companies, it's a few % points a year, but they really add up over the years.
The self review is a great opportunity to reflect on and share all of the impact you've made over the (fiscal) year, but we encourage ongoing two-way feedback.
Answered by CDK Global
I've been with CDK for a 1 yrs and 7 months and all i got its 2 cents raise.
Answered - Customer Technical Representative (Current Employee) - Norwood, OH
If you're lucky, once per year...But they are VERY small and the company reduces benefits disproportionately...So if you get a 2.5% raise (let's say $1000), they take it back 5x by reducing benefits the following year. Seriously.
Answered - Various Positions (Former Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL
Yearly, but they are so small you hardly notice
Answered - Vehicle Registration Audit Clerk II (Former Employee) - Cerritos, CA
Typically 2%. If you're LUCKY!
Never! Annual adjustments lag behind cost of living increases. Merit? BAH! If you're in your boss' grace, maybe you'll get a token. Being in your boss' grace, however, has NOTHING to do with your success or contribution.
Yearly with reviews
Answered - Lead Generation Team (Former Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL
Merit increases are once a year and based upon pay for performance.